Many online resources are available and the Director of Student Engagement will work to continuously compile and maintain this list of some favorite links that can provide applicants with the most helpful information possible.
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Financial Aid Resources
Federal Student Aid – Find out how to complete the FAFSA and maintain your federal student aid profile. Great resources for families as well as individual students.
The American Indian College Fund – The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to students attending Tribal College and University students, and undergraduate and graduate students attending any other accredited public and non-profit private college all across the United States.
The American Indian Graduate Center – The AIGC provides scholarships to American Indians and Alaska Natives pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees at accredited institutions as full-time, degree-seeking students.
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society – AISES provides scholarships to students and provides so much more in student leadership, mentorship, involvement and service.
Scholarship Opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native students is a resources page maintained by the federal Bureau of Indian Education.
Testing for College and Graduate School
The PSAT and SAT are administered by the College Board
The ACT suite of products and services can be found here
GRE – the Graduate Record Exam
LSAT – the Law School Admissions Test is administered by the Law School Admissions Council
MCAT – the Medical College Admission Test is administered by the Association of Medical Colleges.
PCAT – the Pharmacy College Admission Test is a specialized test that helps identify qualified applicants to pharmacy colleges.
DCAT – the Dental College Admission Test is administered by the American Dental Association.
Other Resource Links
COLLEGE HORIZONS – is a pre-college program for Native American high school students open to current sophomores and juniors. Each summer students work with college counselors and college admissions officers in a five-day “crash course.” The individualized program helps students select colleges suitable for them to apply to, get admitted to, and receive adequate financial aid. Students research their top 10 schools; complete college essays, resumes, the Common Application, and the preliminary FAFSA; receive interviewing skills and test-taking strategies (on the ACT and SAT) and financial aid/scholarship information.
GRADUATE HORIZONS – a four-day workshop for Native college students, college graduates, and master’s students in preparing for graduate school (master’s, Ph.D. or professional school).
BIG FUTURE is a program of the College Board designed to help students track their own path to college and career.
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